Comme le reste des talks proposés par la communauté OW2 à OSCON 2011, le mien a aussi été rejeté. Pourtant le titre sonnait bien « Cloud Service Bus – a public, private and hybrid cloud integration approach for SOA » .Bizarre… Serait ce parce que nous ne sommes pas sponsor de la conf, parce que nous sommes mauvais, ou pire bon mais Français? Ah non c’est le Cloud, c’est has-been. Dommage, j’avais des choses presque intéressantes à raconter, vous en pensez quoi?
Gartner predicts that by 2012 20% of businesses will own no IT assets. A key aspect of this trend is the move towards cloud-enabled services. Open source solutions are key enablers of this trend. This talk will explore how a fully open sourceSOA-based solution can use the Cloud to open and extend enterprise software infrastructure.
The attendee will first learn how a Cloud-aware SOA software infrastructure can be built combining an Enterprise Service Bus [http://petals.ow2.org] and a Cloud infrastructure framework [http://opennebula.org]. This creates a ‘Cloud Service Bus’ which will allow the integration of in-house services in order to benefit from Cloud-based features such as elasticity, load balancing, service clustering and migration. Then, the talk will go one step further: by using the Cloud framework capabilities, the Cloud Service Bus can be extended to a hybrid approach combining both public and private Clouds. This shows the attendee how to bring the advantages of modern cloud based solutions to legacy enterprise applications while keeping sensitive data and services inside the enterprise. A Cloud-based SOA solution needs to be governed, monitored and managed in a totally transparent way akin to a traditional SOA solution; throughout the presentation the talk will show how the Cloud Service Bus approach does not break the SOA paradigm.
This work is part of the Open Source Cloudware Initiative launched by the OW2 Consortium [http://www.ow2.org/view/Cloud/] and uses research work from the SOA4All [http://soa4all.eu] and Play [http://play-project.eu] European Commission Cordis FP7 research projects.
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